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posted in May 2013
Enecsys Unveils Next-Generation Global Micro Inverter Platform
Product News 
5/29/2013  5 comments
Enecsys says its new micro inverters for solar panels offer more energy output and energy-harvesting capability than their predecessors.
Bioplastic's Algae Content Raised to 51% for Injection Molding
Engineering Materials 
5/29/2013  19 comments
Bioplastic manufacturing leader Cereplast has increased the post-industrial biomatter content of its second injection-molding grade of algae-based resin to 51%.
NASA Tests Biofuel, Reports Reduced Emissions
Engineering Materials 
5/28/2013  7 comments
Initial reports from NASA's first round of flight tests of a jet biofuel based on camelina plants show fewer emissions than from conventional jet fuel.
Slideshow: Energy Harvesters Lift Power From Surprising Sources
Blog 
5/20/2013  24 comments
As energy efficiency becomes more and more a concern for makers of electronics devices, researchers are coming up with new ways to harvest energy from sound vibration, footsteps, and even electromagnetic fields in the air.
The Power of Secret Energy
Sherlock Ohms 
5/14/2013  21 comments
The light amid darkness increased suspicions. A secret power source was the answer.
Green Power Breaks Records in the West
Engineering Materials 
5/10/2013  74 comments
It has often been said that as California goes, so goes the nation. This spring, the state's wind power is setting energy generation records and solar energy generation is expected to rise sharply during the second half of 2013.
Slideshow: Next-Gen Wave Glider Robot Propelled by Solar
Engineering Materials 
5/7/2013  21 comments
The latest model of Liquid Robotics' Wave Glider autonomous, unmanned marine vehicle (UMV), the SV3, is reportedly the world's first hybrid wave- and solar-power-propelled unmanned ocean robot.
How Safe Is Safe Enough?
Electronic News & Comment 
5/6/2013  54 comments
One of the ugly truths of engineering is that life has a price. Cars, buildings, power plants, and industrial machinery can always be made safer for a cost, but manufacturers are at the mercy of the market.




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